How to Communicate with Your Advisor
Drop in Advising
Drop ins are for quick questions with an advisor, typically lasting 5 to 10 minutes. Discussions that take longer require a scheduled appointment. Drop ins are typically held twice a week. Times will vary. Students can see the first available advisor during drop ins.
Monday, January 13th, 9 am-12 pm
Wednesday, January 15th, 10 am-2 pm (First Day of Classes)
Thursday, January 16th, 11 am-3 pm
Friday, January 17th, 11 am-2 pm
Thursday, January 23rd, 12-2pm
Monday, January 27th, 1-3pm
Thursday, January 30th, 12-2pm
Drop in advising is appropriate for the following:
Check on completion of general education requirements
Question about campus resources
Clarification of a policy, procedure, date, or deadline
Transfer course pre-approval
Study Abroad course pre-approval
Appointments are scheduled meetings with an advisor, typically lasting 30 minutes. Current Psychology BA and Psychological Science BS students can schedule an appointment with their assigned advisor by logging into Trellis. Non Psyc students and Psyc minors can attend drop in advising for questions.
yazzier [at] email [dot] arizona [dot] edu (subject: Advising%20Question) (Randy Yazzie): A-F
kerib [at] email [dot] arizona [dot] edu (subject: Advising%20Question) (Keri Bishop): G-M
shelleyb [at] email [dot] arizona [dot] edu (subject: Advising%20Question) (Shelley Gill): N-Z
Appointments are appropriate for the following:
Check on Degree Progress
Long-term Planning of Academic Career
Prospective High School Student
Questions about policy, exceptions, etc.
Students can contact their specific advisor for quick questions involving:
General education requirements
Department of Psychology
Psychology building, Room 312
For scheduled advising appointments, there is a self check-in station outside of Room 312
Phone: (520) 621-7439
Arizona Online Students
If you are an Arizona Online Student or interested in becoming one, please contact jellsworth [at] email [dot] arizona [dot] edu (subject: Arizona%20Online%20advising%20question) (Jamie Ellsworth).